HVHC to create Minimally Invasive Center of Excellence July 22, 2010 - Dr. Klaus Thaler, a renowned expert in digestive and minimally invasive surgery and author of groundbreaking studies in the field, has joined Hudson Valley Hospital Center to create a center of excellence in minimally invasive surgery and digestive disease. Dr. Thaler comes to Hudson Valley Hospital Center from the University of Missouri where for the past five years he served as Director of Gastrointestinal Surgery and co-chair of the Robotic Surgery program. Dr. Thaler has done groundbreaking work in the newly emerging field of natural orifice surgery, which…
  HVHC Cancer Center will offer state-of-the-art radiation and infusion therapy to patients closer to home Cortlandt Manor, NY - (August 7, 2010) - Hudson Valley Hospital Center broke ground recently on a $12 million Cancer Center and Medical Office Building. Designed by the architectural firm of Pallante Design of Newark, the 54,000 square-foot building will house a new state-of-the-art Cancer Center and medical offices. The Cancer Center will be located on the ground floor of the three-story glass and stucco structure with medical offices on the second and third floors. A first-floor walkway will connect the Cancer Center to the…
(Cortlandt Manor, NY) - August 26, 2010 - Hudson Valley Hospital Center has added to two top professionals to its Marketing Department and Foundation staff, John C. Federspiel, President, Hudson Valley Hospital Center announced today. Victoria Hochman, formerly Communications Director for Westchester County, has been appointed to the position of Director of Marketing and Public Relations. She will oversee the hospital's marketing and public relations efforts, including community awareness and internal communications. Allyson Curtis, formerly Director of Marketing and Development for Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Hudson Valley, will serve as Special Events Manager, planning and directing events including the hospital's…
Week-long programs are free and open to the public Cortlandt Manor, NY - (August 30, 2010) - From Cardio-Bingo to more serious subjects such as caring for a loved one with a chronic illness, Hudson Valley Hospital Center's Active Aging Week from September 20-24 will offer free health education programs to seniors. "People are living longer and as a consequence need information to better manage their health and their lives," said Hudson Valley Hospital Center President John C. Federspiel. "Hudson Valley Hospital Center is committed to meeting the needs of our residents, and this is just one of the ways…